Editing and adjusting images manually can be quite time-consuming. But what if you could process multiple images automatically? Photo Sense for Mac offers powerful yet easy-to-use tools for effective, automated, and fast photo editing. However, there's a steep price to pay for such a basic application.
Photo Sense for Mac comes with a free demo version, which is limited in features and adds a watermark to saved images. The full version costs $33.99. The app, itself, is very light, and the installation is quick and easy with the usual drag and drop. Upon running the app, a quick start guide will introduce new users to the interface and the core function of the app. You can do individual or bulk image editing, just by simply dropping your images into the application window. The UI is clean and bare bones. The toolbar allows quick access to all the basic functions such as crop, move, zoom, and rotate. After the image is selected, a window will pop up showing the user all sorts of enhancements they could perform with the app. There are one-click quick adjustments and also more advanced adjustments such as color correction, brightness, contrast, etc. After you're done with the adjustments, the images can be exported in many ways.
For users who are not put off by a rather high price, Photo Sense for Mac might be worth checking out. It is a lightweight and basic image editor that works well and supports batch processing.
Editors' note: This is a review of the trial version of Photo Sense for Mac 1.10.0.